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There’d been ribbing about not dropping Claret Jug: How Dungannon man Tim Dickson came to present Open trophy to Collin Morikawa at Royal St George’s

Northern Ireland’s Royal St George’s captain proud to assume Claret Jug responsibilities

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Tim Dickson, from Dungannon, presents Collin Morikawa with the Claret Jug at The Open at Royal St George’s Golf Club

Tim Dickson, from Dungannon, presents Collin Morikawa with the Claret Jug at The Open at Royal St George’s Golf Club

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Tim Dickson, from Dungannon, presents Collin Morikawa with the Claret Jug at The Open at Royal St George’s Golf Club

Unless your name is Collin Morikawa or Darren Clarke, chances are you’re never going to get the opportunity to get your hands on the Claret Jug on the 18th green at Royal St George’s.

But one Dungannon man did achieve that dream, albeit as the official handing it over to the champion golfer instead.


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